DALLAS - The Longview Independent School District will replace or upgrade most of its aging educational infrastructure with proceeds from a $266.9 million general obligation bond package if voters approve the measure on May 10.

The district, which serves most of the East Texas oil city of Longview, plans to build seven new campuses to replace 11 elementary schools and add classrooms and expand libraries at two schools, rebuild all three middle schools, and spend $34.7 million on additions and renovations at Longview High School.

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